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ONLY A SECONDARY MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

? i'i' ?-???? 11 . ONLY A SECONDARY MATTER. ] 'Yes,' snid the affable lheatrir.nl mnnaw. 'our next production is to be «oni(!tbinir rnuily wonderful in the wji.v i-: n comic opera.' 'Got something new 7' asked the interviewer. 'Yes. indce.!. I havn engnRed Drillein I'nil.v. the fnmous singe 1 mnnager, to riftvise tJio evolutions I nnd groupings of the chorus ; 1 j huvo retuinetl Cnttini Kittcm, thp 1 relulirotcd costumier, to )ilnn nnd I preimro the garments worn by. thq | principnls nnd tho r.borux. iirirt 1 j hnve engaged Ilcddan Ynllnr. the re nowned scenic artist, lo execute the stage settings. t'un you bent that ?'? 'But who arc t.i write the music and l.he libretto ?'' 'Pooh. Haven't hnri time to think about thnt yet.'

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AND HE WAS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

99 ^ ? — 11 AXD UK WAS. A mer.-b.int dirw-ted ime of his i-K-rkf to hang out » ' Roy Wanted' notice at the street entiam-e. 'Hie -liird had bi|m swinging in the bte.ze only .1 f.-w niiuutis 1 when a red-headed little lad eliinhed up I to the mirehant'j oilie.. with the notice j under hie arm. I ' Kay, nusier, lie (U-manui-d ot the merchant. ' ilid you hanu- .10: tlii- hen; ? Hoy 'Wanted' nntie-- ?' '?'l did.' replknl the inweliint -ternlv. ?? Why .fid vou mill it don-ii ;' 'Tleeause.' blurted out t.he lad--' win-. I'm the lad!' And he tt.i'. ? ,. ^^14^.^.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POVERTY OF THE PROFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

Till-: l'OV£KTY OF Till'. l'UO FESS10N. At the iireaonl monwiis the .SCraud, I! .1 jr.l-.-tnet. and .\faiileii !anv. l-otiduo, ,,n- tbi.jiii'eil by ;U!loiv und iU.-ti.-r---!i out ot .vork. N.il ' Irtiiduii a.-tiM-. iitrluiM. »-...ii.i'ai'id ihir.l ivitc eo'mpanie- and Til .11...' ..ud who,, .alari.-- are -;. »:n.ill :l...i ilu- »avin- of muiiey .igaintt li:n.l III tin- |.1oV11kv» the tluiitre.- :il ? -loili», .mil ..lie in- two except ion-, very L.idlv. lii.' taking- have lamcnlalm tallen olY. ii.d the .-..iniietilioM beiw-tnl theatre .ind ?Mii-ii.--ii.ill managers is very ki-yn. If a I ? .-ashl'le eottou wmivoi- c:ui '.bt.iin ..11 iil.liidslLTed M'-H-iu the gallery of a liala (ii! ' lCinpiro' for thr.'ipiue... and ,c. j.'i.- Jiijrjo-t stair of the variety -ta.-e. In i- not K'liliff In 4|h-inl -i.V|B'iiec ii|k,ii .1 lhi-.itriir.il entertainment ivhtiv h.r 1m» to -i; iii»iii .1 iio.h1.-u -.-,i:. .,11, i i- ns,t ,li,.-.- ,-tl lo Pmuke. TliN s!-it.' of thiiiiir- ha* it, iuovitabli .u'....

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

SIISV.' .ABOUT PBOPLB. 'KWEff - ~*~r- ? ? PrlnooM Henry of Batttnburt bw ? treat liking for ouMdei. Sir Edward Gray once ocait—tA— «ad this not very long »ao— that h- muoi pre ferred fishing to politic*. The DuohcM of J--vonjhin, attboflCb » foreigner by birth, ii nid to b« ahM to discuai the politics of her Adopted eooo- . try b«tt«r than 'anr ltdr llrlng. I IDC aultin oi luilr; 1* in* ndMi landowner in bit own cunntry, and, with the ponible exceptioa 0/ the Cur, It* weilthictt monarch in thr world. Mr. Thomas Eduon, the inventor, hu ?uffered for yean from dnfoaM. One* liked nrhelh«r h» did not ftnd hi* aRbo tion annoying, h« Mpli~l ' So , ttMrr are to many thinp ptopl' My that ont doesn't mint to hear.' The Czar ia much mar* rc*a»t lb«n mo(t people belierr. H« pu''* * (°°^ n*r. nrirna well, ia an expert horwman, aM can |)1aj- a fair gam» of U»n trnm* Js; a w.ilk*r, aim, h» pomf— mrpnnnt jk'v.i-m of endur.inr*. Mr. Krne»t C-oft-, R A., tV K»»p»r of th* Hoyal Ae.idnny, 1it»i In thr ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAITHFUL TO THE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

f-FAITHFDL TO THE LETTER, .' 'James,' cried the merchant from hiR private ofllco. '?'Yes, sir,' nnstvorod his offlcs poy. 'I nm. vory tired, and I ato jjoln'g'.''tb'-''hiave an hour's rest |ln oiy oVjir hero.' ! 'Yes, sir.' : '1/ I should happen to drop ofl jcaJl mo ^at four o'clock.' ten sir. , So the merchant lay back in his fchair, folded bis hands, closed bis Byes, and wi.Cs soon in the land 01 Hroams. 1 Ho was awakoned by tha doca btriking five, and called tedbj Jtaiatly, 'James !'? 1 'Yes, sir.' ? \ 'Why didn't you call ma at t*a i'clock us I told you to do ?'? !' -VWell. sir, ye told me to caV ye H ^e- had dropped off. I looked in 'on yo at four, and ye hadn't dropi bed off. Yo was sitting on. iiu j;hair sound asleep. '?'-

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

.Religious Ssraees. CATHOLIC OITOROH. ,iU«f.— 1I.VB »*. 7.30 n.ojr aa£ JO ».tn. Kvoning Jiovotionn alMWpjn. WrifiMvillo.— .Iftt'- il. 3 b.tc; Evonhig Tt-tvoliom M 7 YJ) f),w. Vary l'Vw. Bean flo^keti, V.F. Rov. J. .'Vwloii.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SURE OF THE DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

SURE OF THE 3ATE. ' » Mr. Upton Sinclair, the author ol j i'The .IuiikIo' tells the following:—, In a Southern town a lady was approached by her coloured maid. 'Well, Jonny ?' she naked, scc- ine that something was in the air. ' 'Please, Miss Mary, might I have tho aft'noon off thJea weeks from .Wednesday ?' ; Then, noticinj? an undecided look in her mistress's face, sha addodj liastily, '1 wnnt to go to my fi ance's fun'ral.' ? i 'Goodness me .'' answered tho Jacly. 'Your fiance's funeral t Why^ you don't know that he's oven go-! ing to die, let alone the date of. Jus funeral. That is something wa can't any of \is be sure about— when .wo nro going to die.' 1 ; 'Yes'm,' said the pirl, doubt [fully ; thon, with u triumphant lioto in her voice, 'I'se sure about (him, miss, 'cos he's goin' to b« hung I' , .11 ? m ti '

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DREADFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

DREADFUL. I ? 1 ? . T'li'iiareiit of a child in a poor aeV* I l)ut11 ^od sent tbo following note to -' I ?l'«'fiiuistrcsB:— ,, ,.,., . I { ' n-ott'r Miss,— Orl my childen ab ^t . ? i L-\ coala (colds) In th.ro hed-, I / (1,,-ro mouths is or) Turakiu »u' I V .hroo tho olos in there boo». f'ur8r08PeCk^k WIGGLES.' -4er a peTiod of six »-onth'nt^ wiitUood Bridget O'Louo mbsm M to fc uin enter the married state, ba ?' wwi, after sho was led to tho nlw; h«lld mistress mot hor in tho strci urvi-ct in tho doepest mouruing. . I ''A'ty, Bridget ' she ejCCliii.noJ, rtlt' Jfbom aro you in black. I ?''.!?- poor Barney, my first ? husk and, mi' ??*; When he died Oi was that poof 9' AiiWn't afford to buy »0.ura''&,' I' I said if iver Oi could Oi would, $'Te new man, Tim, is ns generous I

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

PBESBYa^WAN. *Cc7.*r. Bimday, 8lh Nov.','*014'—' B-ln' ?XIio Voico of (Jotl. ? Sf p.m., Sunday Sobpol. , '/.no p.m., O'lio Brfnon Serpo '^ | KoloiKt, Mr. Oartor. flbf-rt, ^K11' s--'- ' David MncGrv-or- j

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMUSING RACECOURSE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

AMi:SIN'(i RACliCOL'USE STDKY. The ' Slntf' tells bow a «««aiii brawny Yorkdiiiivman -v«it dowp to Kp«)iii .will; in noluti' friend who -hrewdly c.iutitnied him to Le ear-ful with whom he belted : not in f.iet 10 bi-t hiiKw lib experienced mentor 1— ur-d him tlutt the bnokmnki-r wii. all n-'iit. T..ey ha.l driven down, and He.!- mi (lie hill, lint in the eourar of 1I1 ilav were fir a time sijiarated, and. wln-ii Ilii-v im-: ii :!i.-ii- e:u-ri:.n.e. tlhe knowleda i.l.k fri.-ii'. i-M 'lie North Countryman i!ut he h.id li-iter b-.uk Uoville (ibey h:id d.nided on Ihe v.-»y ilmwu tlmt lie bad a. liuod o'niiKi-.-l. .mi! invest bis liver with' ?ome one wlmm be 1-mnl.i! out. Hut ihe impulsive Yoii.^iiiifiuin e::p!iined tbat -ie li.id backed that ia-.f— .Ireiidy— had tul:en SO tu-J fiom wnollie.1- .i-.iiliiMlly-Btti-b.il layer in a verdant euit close by. : ' \\'h.it a donkey you nre,' was the ivpl.i. ' 1 told you not to burr}'. You'll !o-i' voui- money. That inan'i a welcher, I'm iVrlnjn.' '...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BEST SUPPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

THE BEST SUPPORT. | Mr. Kdward F. Marvin, conductor K ? Sous of Temperance, said iu :- '?? ?' H Ircss iu Bridgeport: — ? Alt is easy to answer the W'I'om.: .' ? /Mtunernucc. At a mariners' Beth ?- | (example, I onco heard an oujioiie... m , etoily answered. 9 The proprietor was urgiug his kii ?-' ? r -.juco not to drink: ho was poiutn - ? #to-them tho Divine :uUuou.tiv: ? agaiJSt driukiujf, wneu a »u«.-uu»«» ?? 1 unst'adily. 1 in 1, -i I 'ICaptaiu,' said tho shellback- . I don't-hic— bolievo everything thju ?- I prinEd in tho Scriptures. Take th..- I th.iir,t_hic— walHu' on the water. ' I -loa 't believe anybody cau walk on » ??; 1 w- 'Can you— hie— do it yourselt- | 'fMy friend,' tho minister au^y- I v'J; '1 can walk better on wator m- ? i w-\ on rum.' ' I

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

SUMMARY. Hoat wave still contiuuoe. The quickest way to break a friend ship is to go broke yourself. ' Pearl, tha Fishermaiden,' may be 8epn in the Masonic Hall to-night. A Riand ' Oontisental ' to bo hold at C. of E. Rectory grounds night of Nov. 30th. When our Sale flag is flying, tho prices are low. — M'Grath and Pow derly. Mercery Specialists.* Cobar Council has issued a hatch of summonses for the recovery of sanitary fees. Yes, M'Grath aud Powderlye' Sale is on. We vrnnt to sell. We're going to sell. Our prices will do that.* There is an opideraic of diphthoria at Bathurst, and two deaths have occurred in the hospital. ThAieroourniy-lPuP' run yesterday, LSI' won by Kingsburbrs. witn air Alwynton 2nd aDd Moonbt'11 3rd In the narto .of.,.patri|jah«n the workers are marohitigtpto the huvoian slaughterhouso in their thousands. An olo Gorman, who lived a$ta hermit, has died at Auckland, leaving cosh and property valuod at £20,000. Tho Armidalo hospital is in a bad way financially,. ...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SCHOOL OF THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

THE SCHOOL OF THE FUTURE. She c-ondunied her school on the utiietej-t and most approve.! hygienic |iriiieipli*. and before she dec.id.il to 'take til tie Willie 119 b «-holiif «he a*«l him the ii.-nal qu..-9tii-n-. ' Ifitve ton hurt your vermiform appen dix removed ?' »he inquired. ' Vim. mftW,' snid Willie. ' Have you' your own *init-iry slate sponge, a iiinnltctcfl urinKing-cup. .1 cent fieate for inoeiiWion for th.- ..roiip, ebie.ken-pox, and meiwlet V ' Yen, nia'ivm.' ' Do you^pooM-M a ?jvitent. tafiseptie dinner-box, and do you uvnr 1 rompjflW* lit.belt. « onmt-hnr-o.iK rorund four throat, and inmitynl rutibnr hi«li Jor emvini; the nlfctric trim lines ? A*d h.n-c von t.ik.'ii out .1 HTe inMir.ince potfar »»iin»t all tbo eneroHCluneiit« of old aRffT* 'T e.w truthfully wy/Ves' to all th«-c 'liL'-'tinn'. ma'am.' 'Then bane your e*p ? on ihe in uu!.\t«l 1-e». and proi'i'ed *? I.Mrn 011 Mnitaiy lines.' ____^_. ?

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wrightville Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

Wrightville Municipal Council The iiHinil forttyighlly inoafng o( the WrijjMvill;- (.tfoimeil was l;oM on Tuoadi.y nvo:.ii ;^- Present';— Tha Mayor \ AW. Biu.^ins), AM. Mcxon, Marshall, Mai tir ami Juitcry. I'Vom Aid. PageiL nni?-\^uokeriii-\ applying for threo tr.onthft'W.sava o;' absenco, and Aldi-Duckoriiig'n !'oaig- nation as delegate to conference. -. t'roin tiio sec L G. Clerkb' Asan , appointing tbo lttlh iuat. as Ihe day of oponing conferonco. — The Clork was granted tbo necessary time to attond tbo conference. Aid. Pagett and Dtickerins wore granted the leave applied for. Aid. Marshall wns appointed dele Ctito to the conference in lieu of Aid. £-u chorine. GEXEP.AT. liCSI.SF.SS. A list of outstanding rate3 was Iniil on the table. On Ibo motion of Aid. Mcxon and Jeffory, it was decided to adjourn tbe Council for one month. Aid. Moxon movod, and Altl. Mar tin aoconmia— '-Trip.', iiit, CicrK w.-'t^! HUil dfhiv Iho ::'.ronl'ion ol liio ili«:- i 6lfli- for \\W-3 %r -M v.li.!r *?...

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHAKESPEARE IN THE SHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

BHAKE3PEARE IN THE SHOP. '? Th« ' Outfitter' reoommendt the follow ing Shakespearian quotation! to iU read en a- auit&ble for ticktt mottoes i— ' And I would have you Krved with the bMt.'— Henry IV. ' Make use of time ; let not advantage slip.'— Shakspeare. 'I never dealt better since I mi ft man.'— Henry IV. ' For man}' virtues excellent.' — Romeo nnu iJunet. ' Look what 1b best, that best I sell to the;.'— Shakspeare. ' To thi», of many good I think him beat.'— Two Gentlemen of Verona. ' The force of merit makes the way.' — Henry VIII. 'Resolve on this, thou shall be for tunate.'— Henry VI. ' It ia good, yea, indeed, it is.'— Henry ' Take that for your fair lady.' — Lov«'« Labour Lost.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

A DAY ON THE OCEAN BEACH. 1.1-t the (.Ti-alrM -.-,.;,ti|. S|,,.i,,l ,„.(. ,!:iV parntivn wnni.th ii, wiiiri-r. will- ..,ii viiii-i. liini fli.-ii it i- i.-i-h-.- J 'the i-ii,i,-i p:.:-.-i-!ls.- ' ' «r rli-. Sint,- f,,r it likn, itM-lf in.tf. u N.rin- i-.:n-!,ii,- iu tin co.ilitrv. |#l.t |,:,,, :,,j.| t,, |l,i, ^i,,r.,,:i «:.': '»' :.:i:. ?-. ??:.- li-i ? nwfnrt* [.r... '???''?I ??-? tl ? -.u..!!iM: li..ii-i, ,,f tho SaUaiini, A run- in tl,::: pn'miHl r,i ? l.-nlial Iimi.-I. 'Tin- IVl-;U-- I'nlii.-t-.' r:.-'j.'.-.-.(. Sfnvf. If.inli-. .1.-,.] fin- ~«,-,.|- of iif.. vill I,,- tnili- ??ii;.,y-»!. Tin- in, rriiptlii.). n--;,r,l f,.r .lr,-,'.ru:it. --x,-|.||(-iit .?..!-;...?* -....I t,,ri:r .' , ,; ,::,7 (2r;r, f.- ivi-i'l:; must tppeal t.-. t.zt ar.:: :ill.

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILDHOOD IN THE FIFTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

WUf.lfliioJJ IX TUB I'TKTllW. I' the .,^iiiali..us lief.ire my mvn it wa« inemnli..;.- on .1 father who would do hU Jinly t,' l,e ,.,nel to -hi- -on- laud how. harrf On- tradition die-!); H was incum' »-*fht on n nmtlier n. lie 'tern and distant wil'i h- i- young daiiiihteiv. if she e.inld— 'n.l there is iimple evidence that »ht {..i-e'rd herself t.i it. \Yliat the. conception ef jnrental duly no'- i- we know. Think mi! the matt'' over, it -eems to me (hut i:ii- nippy nieun oe:w«en me iwo eNm-mes in.-iy li-ive l-.:rn Ktruel: .somewhere about the liftii-. when 1 was a child myself. I ?:..-n not citini; my. owuMeynrricno? in proof ..;' thi— far from it— hut the broad general ml.* linn applied !o nil respeetnble house holds of lh.?.;pwi-i(l The iron hnnd luttt l.-il.-.-n hn tiu- velvet glow, j-.-icinlme— .?till a synonym for deceiu-y. i'nr civilka livn. f;.r religion, in the parents' uiiiid— wnr enfor.^d, not pilile-ily. as aforetime, hut with ur.-iincy-. .'mil in nUMleiute and rviiaii...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

THE PKINTJNO HOUSH l OF THE WEST. \ All Classes of General ana Com- i mercial Printing Executed on the Premises, Workmanships- The Best. I Charges—The Lowest. [ TM 'Western Age/' \ Barton Street, Cobar.

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

We Print tfmW4w&~ THEREFOR?* | ); ' 'Age' AdM-iPuH. ? ? k 1^ ^ ? PTJBLISpD: WEDNESDA| - ? - - & S JfllRJJAY.'' Telephone 57'

Publication Title: Western Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 4 November 1914

?^P^i\ ^-/Ji#^^^^^* 4A/HY delay Ihe purcl.ubt of that Wfv'v^^Mfi/'fwB^BBS. mistd yourself ony lonecr ? $?-?/ li'i/ --^Wfife»fHS*WBBl [; We arc ready to show -ou the *'«£ iu?^^i^fflBBBBH« i: Ncwest °nd M°&t Fj.-i.;onJbie lift' B*lw«t!l8*^^PwB^^ * Materials, eminently suitable for | , **llaaiOTiTJJ i^^T^ the present Season's Wear. Your :? V£^^!£mmS^mm^^^^ 11^ ****' W'' '** e*'ecmed Bnd y°u-' ?: ^j3JHHHBOMBMi^^HHIMH%* not be sorry you come. ''& The Quality ''? Serial UtoMgfat was riven to the , CtoiHr of theae Fine rabrkswhen ; i w* wet* buyinr, tfcui assuring *mi Durability and Good Value. Crepes — SPfiClAL TRICES— ? 7#-T& i5 4Kd. __ The Range A Big Ranee of every prominent demand of Dame Fashion. No lady will experienca any difficulty in choosing ? suitable Dress Length. : floral Voilto, i special prices— : Is 6d. JENNINGS BROS. 1 * 1 ? °S JOHNSTON, Dentist. i Marshall-Street I Wear SUr Hotel and Opposite P. T. MoQinfoy, CO BAR TKLHtaONH NO. YJ. I?osu./ios Pii...

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